BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles announced that limited services will resume on Monday.
This is for state run offices, but branches run by various counties are being advised to follow their lead.
The DMV will begin to process vehicle registrations and other transactions by mail, and beginning June 4, will accept transactions through secure drop boxes located at each office.
There will be no in-person customer transactions.
Commercial road tests will also resume in all regions that have reopened.
DMV road test examiners will wear gloves, face shields and have hand sanitizer, and customers must wear masks and will be screened prior to beginning the test.
Customers whose road tests were canceled because of COVID-19 will be given priority for rescheduling.
All other road tests to resume in phase 3 of the reopening process.
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